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. >> and he's been set agree, according to tunisia ordering the release of ali hazi. >> greta: we have all that, but levinson, extraordinary photos of him as a hostage. in 2011 i vanished into thin air and two years ago, a hostage video anonymously sent to levinson's family raising the possibility that levinson was being held by terrorists. but now, u.s. intelligence officials say the iranian government may be behind the video and just released photos. and his wife is calling for added pressure on iran and she joins us, good evening. >> hi, greta. thank you for having me. >> greta: i'm happy to have you here. every time we have you on the air i i think some day you and i will be talking and your husband will be sitting next to you and the photos now released tonight give a lot of hope that your husband is still alive. i take it you believe he's still alive? >> i believe he is still alive. i believe that he is spending every waking hour making sure that he is well enough to come home to us. >> greta: now, when you look at these pictures, do you have any idea when they may have been taken? a
of the benghazi attacks, you indicated there was uprising going on in egypt and yemen and tunisia. no one could have imagined, i am sure you did not when you took office, we would have the arab spring and the nations in the various countries. i want to ask you a question that mr. sherman was asking, get your thoughts on what members of congress and how we might move forward with the nations of the arab spring so maybe that is a way we can prevent these kind of things from happening in the future. >> it is an excellent question, congressman, and deserves a very thoughtful answer longer than the time i have but let me make three quick points. first, we cannot retreat from, give up on, turn our backs on the new arab spring revolutionary countries and new regimes. they are very new. most of them have leaders that have never run anything. they have come from backgrounds where they are suspicious of security because security was a dirty word and threw them in jail. it harassed them and their families. we have to do some work. that work requires we stay engaged. second, we have to do a better job in h
of the things we learned as well is we had someone in custody in tunisia and that person has been release and we want to hold those accountable who committed these horrible murders on our people. >> thank you for joining me. i want to bring in two people at odds on this. former assistant secretary of state for secretary clinton and host of the radio talk show host of the dana show. let me start with you. i'm getting weary with the relentless attacks first on susan rice and now on hillary clinton. there's a whisper to it and it's getting, i think, washington orientated rather than in the national interest of america. what do you think? >> i think there are legitimate questions that still need to be answered. as hillary clinton said today, the fbi is still working on the investigation. director mueller was in libya and tunisia recently. i get disappointed when people give half of the story. the guy has been released. as hillary clinton said today, yes, but he's under constant surveillance within tunisia and following the rule of law and as more evidence becomes available, they are prepared to act
in connection with the benghazi ferer attack, but he's been set free, let go. tunisia, ordering the release of the suspect, due to a lack of evidence. >> we have all that and much more for you tonight. but first, the family of retired fbi agent robert levenson releasing extraordinary photos of him as a hostage. he vanished into thin air on an iranian island. and two years ago, a hostage video, allegedly sent to the family, raising the possibility that he was being held by terrorists. but now, u.s. intelligence officials say the iranian government may be behind the video and the just-released photos. his wife is calling for added pressure on iran. she is here. good evening. >> hi, greta. thank you for having me. >> i am happy to have you here. every time we have you on the air, i think some day, we are going to be talking and your husband's going to be right next to you. the photos that have you released tonight give a lot of hope that your husband is still alive. i take it you believe he's still alive? >> i believe he is still alive. i believe that he is spending every waking hour making su
on an auction taking place in geneva of -- tunisia. >> first, a look at some other stories making news. >> new clashes have been reported around the syrian capital of damascus. this video is said to show fighting in a suburb. the army claims to have taken it from rebels. about 50 countries are calling for perpetrators of war crimes committed in syria to be held accountable by the international criminal court in the hague. >> the un's human rights chief, navi pillay, once an international investigation into human rights abuses in north korea. she says there is evidence of rape and a slave laborer at prison camps. she says there has been no improvement since kim jong un took power. >> at least 30 homes have been destroyed in new south wales in australia as searing heat continues to stock wild fires across the east of the country. austrian authorities described the blaze as the most ferocious they have seen in years. the country's top observatory escaped without any major damage. >> thousands of two nations have joined protests against the government -- of tunisians have joined a protest against
, libya, suffered another set-back. tunisia man suspected of involvement, has been released from custody. we'll get reaction shortly from one of the administration's biggest critics on the issue. first, national security correspondent jennifer griffin has the story from the pentagon. >> four months to the day since ambassador chrissteins and three others were killed in a terror attack on the u.s. benghazi mission, one of the only suspects in custody has been released. 26-year-old, tunisia detained in turkey was released by tunsen court due to lack of evidence according to the lawyer. he was present in the attack on the u.s. mission, fox news reported in november. based on video that the u.s. intelligence agencies had from the compound. his brother fought against the u.s. forces in iraq and his father encouraged both suns tovo themselveses in jihad, according to the lawyer. the f.b.i. gained access to him in late december. allowed to question him, in what some described as kangaroo court filled with protesters for three hours. law enforcement officials say he was, "probably not a big play
going on in egypt and yemen and tunisia. no one could have imagined and i'm sure you did not when you took office that we would have the arab swing and the nation of what was going on in these countries. i want to ask you a question. what mr. sherman was asking. just to get the reports on what we might do as members of congress and how we might move forward with the nations so that maybe that's a way to prevent these things from happening. >> it's an excellent question and deserves a very thoughtful answer longer than the time i have. we cannot retreat on new regimes. they are very new and most of them have leaders that have never run anything. they have come from backgrounds that are suspicious. it threw them in jail and harassed themselves and they have to do work. that work requires that we stay engaged. we have to do a better job in helping rebuild the security apparatus that can be used. we had a terrible assault on tunis. i called the president of tunisia and said you have got to send reinforcements right now. our embassy is going to be overrun. the government has been responsiv
, think about tunisia, egypt, libya. and there's a great deal of potential for an al qaeda 3.0 to really take root and become a major problem for this administration. >> i think that it's a real concern. there's real reason why secretary of state clinton said it as kind of a parting warning because al qaeda is filling in the empty spaces. and with the revolution in libya, the incredible arms flow there, al qaeda people who've been trained in afghanistan and come back to the ma greb and able to -- pretty much with impunity. for the united states it hasn't been an area of vital interest ever. it's much closer to europe. it's much more of concern to europe than it has ever been for the united states. that's why we kind of led from behind. >> in libya. >> in libya itself. because europeans were the ones exercised about it. we didn't care that much in terms of vital national interests compare today say the gulf. but just as after the soviet union was thrown out of afghanistan, we considered afghanistan not of any real interest to us and of course that's where al qaeda took root. so here again
a free man. so says his attorney. the suspect was reportedly in custody in the capital of tunisia which is west of libya. the attack killed chris stevens and three other americans. the fbi reportedly questioned the 26-year-old suspect just last month. but a judge in tunisia ruled that there is not enough evidence to continue to hold him him. we have team fox coverage tonight. james rosen is with us from the state department. first "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt is live tonight as well. jonathan, the state department officials clearly did not want to talk about this today. >> yeah did, not want to talk about it at all. victoria new land is a spokeswoman for the state department. she held what is known as the daily briefing today, shep. she was peppered with questions about the release of him in tunisia. she said it was simply not a matter for the state department to comment on. listen. >> the president has committed that we will see justice in this case. we have confidence that we will see justice in this case. but the fbi has the lead. they have to do this right. it is t
in to your tunisia. video shows the suspect walking out of jail a free man. >> these images released by ansar al sharia a tunisia extremist group with claims to al qaeda shows one of the key suspects in the 9/11 benghazi terrorist attack. he was freed january 7th after tunisia authorities cited a lack of evidence. >> a lot of these groups are emboldened after benghazi and series of missteps by the american groivment trying to investigate what happened in benghazi. >> after he was interviewed on al sharia posted pictures showing the three fbi agents involved. >> it was meant to be provocative and meant to show that the fbi cannot operate with total immunity else somewhere. >> the head of the house intelligence committee who is regularly briefed on the case says fbi agents are not getting enough support for their investigation. >> just not going well. it's slow. it is -- we're not getting great cooperation from governments that should be cooperating. number two, and it doesn't seem it's getting the resources and the attention the administration should give to it to it actually get to the bottom
the middle east and egypt, tunisia, lebanon, palestine, turkey, iraq are on no longer pro-american or anti-iranian. they are all pursuing at least independent foreign policies, which are by definition much less to see a stick about strategic cooperation with the united states and much more open to the islamic republic of iran. simply put, today relatively speaking the united states is in a profoundly weaker position in the middle east and the sonic republic of iran is in a significantly stronger position. this essentially have been because there is a dramatic shift in the middle east onto power. in our book, "going to tehran," we describe how part of this shift has been as occurring is because of mistakes and american policies in the middle east. but we also describe in our book that part of what is going on a something vastly underappreciated in the last, which are the successes of the islamic republic of iran, which are also driving a shift in the regional balance of power. we arguing about these two are inextricably linked. the successes that the islamic republic is driving, that they a
mean, one of the things of course we learned as well is we had someone in custody in tunisia. that person has been released. and we want to hold those accountable for -- who committed these horrible murders on our people. >> senator, thank you very much for joining me. >> thank you. i appreciate it. >> i now want to bring in two people who are surely at odds in all this. p.j. crowley former assistant secretary of state for secretary clinton and dana loesch kee, host of the dana show. let me start with you. p.j. crowley. i'm getting a little weary, with the relentless attacks first on susan rice and then on hillary clinton. there's a whisper of misogyny to it i think, and it's getting pretty, i think, incestuous and very washington-orientated rather than in the national interests of america. what do you think? >> well, i think there are legitimate questions that still need to be answered. and as hillary clinton said today, the fbi is still working on the investigation. director mueller was in both libya and tunisia recently. i get disappointed when people give half of the stor
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of benghazi and going after those terrorists, who killed the u.s. ambassador there, and seeing that tunisia let go, do you agree it sends a message? >> no question. this is not just benghazi. remember, on september 11, the days immediately following we had attacks on the u.s. facilities throughout the region. we have had attacks on the embassy in tunisia. on september 14. you had the flag flying in egypt. you had all of the attacks on u.s. interest throughout the region with basically no response from the u.s. government. i don't think there is any question that they are emboldened. the key thing to remember here. we talk about this last night. the groups have been growing in strength over the past several years. this is not the first person to do it. the commander in july said, "the u.s. government missed an opportunity to deal with al-qaeda in the aqim when they had a chance." that devastating indictment from the administration. >> bret: we will hear more about the policy arguments ahead of secretarybe clinton testifying january 23 about benghazi, too. that is it for the panel. but stay t
must be apprehended or they must be killed. it is troubling that tunisia recently released a key suspect. poor libyan cooperation has hampered the fbi's investigation. success here is a matter of justice. and it is also a matter of signaling to militants that there is no place for them to hide if they attack u.s. personnel. i will now turn to the distinguished ranking member, mr. engle, for his opening remarks. >> thank you very much, mr. chairman, for holding this important meeting. i hope we can use this as an opportunity to seriously examine the steps we need to take to prevent a repeat of a tragedy in benghazi, rather than engaging in gotcha politics that make it more difficult to achieve this bipartisan goal. madam secretary, as the new ranking member on the foreign affairs committee, let me say on behalf of the democratic members of this committee we would like to welcome you back to our committee, and we're glad you're feeling better. this will likely be your final appearance before our committee, and i want to take this opportunity to let you know how much we appreciate y
, the administration does not even see any significant success from its diplomatic focused response. when tunisia refused to let the f.b.i. access to harzi for more than five weeks, the administration took no public steps to use diplomatic tools like u.s. foreign assistance, pressure the tunisian government to make him available. in fact, the f.b.i. only gained access after members of congress threatened amendments to cut off foreign aid if they continued to obstruct the f.b.i. investigation. i was among those members of congress, along with lindsey graham and senator mccain and others. in the interim, i urged the administration to act immediately to suspend foreign assistance if the tunisian government permitted in obstructing the investigation. on january 4, i received a tepid response from the acting deputy, assistant administrator for public affairs at usaid, which i submit for the record, it was a bland assurance that the tunisian government was cooperating. was cooperating? five weeks and the f.b.i. had to wait? then the f.b.i. three hours to talk to him? and we gave this government $325 mi
but to private sector-facilities. in tunisia, although we protected our embassy, our school was badly damaged. we have to take a broader view. the a.r.b. gives us a start. it is not the whole story. >> thank you secretary clinton for yourto securing america's place in the world the past four years. and your contributions to world peace. the first question these do with accountability review board report that identifies specifically people who were found to have engaged in the department and systematic failures and deficiencies. i want to be clear. you were not one those people, is that correct? >> that is correct. it was said great a report in the 1990's the secretary should take an active role in security. have you done that at state department? >> i am very attuned to the environment in which threats are occurring, the intelligence that is available. >> is there anyone now in existence who is responsible for reviewing the itineraries of ambassadors in advance in order to determine whether there is a threat to their safety? >> the general answer is "no." ambassadors are given what is calls chief
of asymmetric threats. not just to our government facilities but private sector facilities. in tunisia although we protected our embassy, our school was badly damaged. so we have to take a broader view. and i think that the arb gives us a start, but it's not the whole story. >> mr. grayson from florida. >> thank you, mr. chairman. and thank you very much, secretary clinton, for your contributions to securing america's place in the world for the past four years and for your contributions towards world peace. the first question i'd like to ask you has to do with the accountability review report. the report does identify specifically people who were found to have endangered in the department in systemic failures and inefficiencies. i want to be clear. you were not one of those people, is that correct? >> that's correct. >> now, it was identified a report dating from the 1990s had said that the secretary should take a personal and active role in security. have you done that during your four years at the state department? >> i have been very attuned to the environment in which threats are occurring,
east. but because of elections, elections, today governments across the middle east in egypt, tunisia, libya, pal stipe, turkey, iraq -- palestine, turkey, iraq, they are all pursuing at least, at least independent foreign policies which are by definition much less enthusiastic about strategic cooperation with the united states and much more open to the islamic republic of iran. simply put, today the united states is in a profoundly weaker position in the middle east, and the islamic republic of rapp is in a significantly -- of iran is in a significantly stronger position. that has essentially happened because there has been a dramatic shift in the middle east balance of power. in our book, "going to tehran," we describe how part of why this shift has and is occurring is because of mistakes in american policies in the middle east. but we also describe in our book that part of what is going on is something vastly upside appreciated in -- underappreciated in the west which are the successes of the islamic republic of iran which are also driving the shift in the regional balance of power
, bathed in tunisia, snorkled in sinai and danced in israeli discos. in libya i played tennis with the daughter of his libyan tennis coach, learned about medical school in libya and jogged through the ruins. but, as we said, chris always came home and entertained us when he did. i worked hard to sharpen tennis and skiiing skills. i was proud the year chris said you ski faster than the master. [ laughter] >> we got up early to be the first on the ski lift. at my wedding he said he would be happy by to perform a libyan liberation dance to celebrate the success of the revolution. [ laughter] >> he inspired me to travel and work inter nationally. i filled out an application for the peace corp. during my senior year because he had. he taught english in morocco. i taught math. we talked about the joys of living and working over seas. we spoke french together. later he helped me get an assignment with a pediatric a.i.d.s. group. now i work in a county hospital in stockton caring for patients from all over the world. like chris, i am genuinely interested in listening to their stories
in benghazi. and some rainfall for tunisia and algeria. farther south, looking fine. monsoon rain continues pushing towards the south. still a chance of rain in gabon. looking at highs of 30 degrees. heavy rain expected in angola, zambia, botswana, and parts of mozambique. in south africa, west of johannesburg, but it should be dry in cape town. >> welcome back. the top stories on al jazeera. pakistan's's supreme court has issued an arrest warrant for the prime minister raja pervez ashraf. he's accused of corruption. france is calling for west african leaders to speed up plans to central tamale. 750 french soldiers are helping the army fight off rebels. a al jazeera has gained access to the first humanitarian aid flights into central african republic. a cease-fire agreement was signed last week. a concern is mounting over the disappearance of a prominent activist in laos. the person went missing last month. now this report from neighboring thailand. >> his work is well known across southeast asia, but his disappearance on december 15 is a mystery. helping poortha farmers that turned him a p
he was freed on monday night. he has to remain in his native tunisia if he is called back to court. he previously was interrogated by the f.b.i. >> mountain view police have arrested someone in a 28-year-old "cold" case and we lend how a 21-year-old murder victim whose body was found in a supermarket dumpster finally led police to her killer. >> investigators say it was the d.n.a. left on the finger nails that led to the killer. the body of the 21-year-old was found in a dumpster behind a mountain view safe way in 1985. 28 years later police got a d.n.a. match. >> if you scratch someone whether you are trying to defend yourself or are in a struggle there is a chance that the cells of that person wind up under your nails and that is as good as a finger aren't in identifying someone. >> the santa clara d.a. say the d.n.a. hit led them to a 53-year-old of fresno. he was arrest the on friday. the cold case has been revisited but only recently that the advance in technology helped workers of the d.a. crime laboratory develop a d.n.a. profile. >>guest: expansed internet data date helped
americans. the only suspect in that attack has been set free in tunisia. his attorney says the judge let him go due to a lack of evidence. we also learned secretary of state hillary clinton pictured at the white house today and back on the job this week will testify later this month about the benghazi attack. senator bob corker tells our own andrea mitchell mrs. clinton is likely to testify the morning of january 22nd. >>> now to aviation for the second night in a row there's trouble to report with one of boeing's new 787 dreamliners. the aircraft a whole lot of people had hailed as the future of american aviation, yesterday it was a fire, today a mishap moments before takeoff, for a planeload of passengers. tom costello covers aviation for us, he's with us from san diego tonight. tom, good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. this actually occurred in boston today, japan airlines 787, japan airlines yesterday as well, but today they were just about to depart fully loaded with passengers when they developed some sort of a fuel leak and they lost 40 gallons right there on the ramp. they went back
. the northern part of africa, cloudy in algeria and tunisia. we will see some rain showers as well. everyday in algiers at 18 degrees. tunis, mostly cloudy, >> good to have you. the top stories on al jazeera. algerian soldiers have surrounded a gas facility near the libyan border. two people have been killed and gunman are holding 40 people inside. some people are reported to have escaped the facility. french forces have launched a ground offensive against rebel fighters in mali. a spokesman for the rebel group says the two sides are fighting at close range. doris truong nigeria and chad are expected to arrive over the next few hours. -- soldiers from nigeria and chad. chile is no longer flying that the boeing 787 dreamliner after recent problems. boeing maintains it is safe to fly. thousands of protesters in front of pakistan's government, the cleric is holding talks with the government. as of the ruling coalition are negotiating with him after he threatened further action. he wants the government to resign. there's no sign the prime minister will heed his call. the anti-corruption chief of
harder. i do think it played a role in leading people in tunisia and egypt to look at some of the cables and see what people already knew in their gut the soccer field in wikileaks about the alliances between u.s. foreign policy with the most repressive elements in those countries. let's hope that changes as the uprisings continue. anytime you can learn more about what is being done in our name, it is critical. that is part of what transparency is about. the freedom of information act is still not working well under the obama administration. some of that is pos/t 9/11. in los war will lead to a decline in information transparency access. anytime you can have less sequence -- secrecy, that is good. less secrecy is needed. it was handled at the outset by partnering with newspapers like "the guardian," traditional newspapers of distinction. wikileaks released documents around the world to newspapers in india, haiti, the middle east, latin america. it has had an impact in countries we do not know enough about. we're doing a project with six editors in latin america to look at how wikileaks h
. others from egypt, tunisia, and libya. i asked the commander if they were affiliated with al qaeda. >> why is the west criticizing al qaeda? why are they against al qaeda? they criticize al qaeda because they fight for their rights. whether we are al qaeda or not, we are muslims. we fight for our rights and will not give them away. if we are with al qaeda or not, we will fight for our rights. we waited for the arab league and the u.s. have you seen them accomplish anything? >> i asked if it would hand over the land to the free syrian army. he said originally sold the land from the farmers and peasants. maybe they should get it back. >> saudi arabia has granted women seats to the top revisory council. women are not allowed to travel, work, study abroad, mary, gain admittance to a public hospital. without permission from a male guardian. the council reviews laws but does not have legislative powers. a fire killed 13 people in bahrain's burned through a three-story building. the nationalities and victims have yet to be announced. investigators are on the way to determine the cause of
not done enough. >> i hope that this will improve in a good way. last year was not a good year. >> tunisia is still waiting for them to hold accountable those for the uprising. they're waiting for elections. above all, they wait for a new constitution. despite these problems, it seems that for many, today is a date for real celebration. al-jazeera, tunis. >> saudi arabia is saying the worker was not under great team. after news of her be heading was picked up by the international media, the united nations looked on while several human-rights groups condemned the killing. this issue was proven guilty of murdering a baby and they could not persuade the victim's family to partner. hundreds of thousands protest in paris against plans to legalize same-sex marriage. hollande has promised to pass it by june. not all think that they should be able to adopt children. the mass petition has been presented to russian parliament, and them to reconsider the ban on americans adopt and russian children. there rallied against the bears on sunday. they must debate the demands of petitions with more than 100
takers came from egypt, canada, mauritania, and tunisia. 29 of the hostage-takers were killed. five were arrested. pol brennan has more. >> the international teams are being granted access. this is the japanese delegation trying to discover the fate of their countrymen that are unaccounted for. nine vehicles with libyan plates, 32 militants. they say the militants intended to hijack this bus and fully to northern mali, taking hostages with them. they turned their attention to the main facility. he said the government was intent on blowing up the gas terminal. >> if we had the internet, it would communicates. it is obvious everyone knows him, so the operation was restricted to the gas plant, and the aim of the terrorists was to blow up the gas plant. >> the fact that now some of the bodies have not been identified indicates the attack, but there have been extraordinary stories about the thin line between survival and death. >> the attackers started kicking in the doors. they started shooting in the doors of the officers. one man had bullets flying in front of his face. they took the wound
was the fellow in tunisia who has now been let go. released and what do you have to say about that she mumbled her answer on that one. other than that, i thought it d t of mumbled her answer on that one. other than that, i thought was was possibility, and the four got killed. >> jon: and she asks what matters now? well, the context matters because it mattered then before an election, right? >> normally people more pathetic than the people in the media are members of congress, they could have said, you just laid out two scenarios that never happened and that nobody was ever talking about. so, she mentioned the protesters, but that wasn't the alternative. like the alternative is terrorism. you know, so, the fact that-- to a certain extent the media can't create that story, they're covering the questioning. if the questioners can't do the questioning, i don't know what the media is suppose today report. >> and she seemed to try to blame the republicans for cutting security funding or not providing enough security funding. did it work in the media? >> did it work in the media, i'm going back to th
to think about it. sentiment from muslim countries, egypt and tunisia, is marched defensively and they be shared by some people. >> very good talking to you. thank you very much. >> thank you for having me. >> the talks to resolve the crisis in the east of the democratic for cut -- democratic republic of congo have collapsed. the deal was apparently blocked by south africa. not everyone had seen the framework document. funerals are due to begin in brazil after one of the worst night club fires in history. gabrielle is live for us. this must be the most awful and depressing atmosphere. >> it is. let me try to paint a picture for you. this is a side street of a point college town. behind me there is a gymnasium inside of a football pitch. on any other day there might be recreational games going on, but right now it is a morgue. i counted 10 caskets, these of the bodies from the over 230 people that were killed. family members just weeping over the caskets. it is a somber scene, quiet as everyone is just trying to come to grips with what happened. >> what has actually happened? w
and to the government. >> thank you. call it arab spring bling. that's right. this is in tunisia where the arab spring began. the dominoes started falling two years ago. that's when anti-government protests exploded across north africa and the persian gulf. the unrest eventually forced out the presidents of egypt, yemen and tunisia. the new government of tunisia is now sold in a big auction. all these treasures collected by tunisia's ousted president. a fleet of luxury sports cars, gold statues, jewelry. this is all being auctioned off. officials say all the money went right back into the country's economy. if you were among more than 1 million people who owned certain models of toyota, there is news you will want to hear. the carmaker is hit by another recall. invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus, when i call my local scottrade office, i can talk to someone who knows how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (announcer)
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